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(By the light of the moon I haven’t means to light it) referencing the popular children’s song. After Rene Vincent.
Eminent Citizens in 1640: Mayor & Mayoress.
A Merchant in 1640 and a Merchant’s Wife.
Margaine-Lacroix: Sous le clair soliel: Sun dresses after the revolutionary Parisian designer.
The Repository: October 1815
Fraser tartan with arms and motto ‘Je Suis Pret’.
Set of six. Prince of Wales (Charles II), Duke of Buckingham, Earl of Arundel, a Marquis, a Viscount and a Knight of the Garter.
Fashions for the Bride of June.
The Repository: October 1811
Ball dresses from 1813.
Wedding and Trousseau dresses for Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fife, married to Prince Arthur of Connaught.
MacDonald tartan with arms and motto ‘Per Mare Per Terras’.
Dresses for the Royal entourage of Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fie who married Prince Arthur of Connaught.